Resonator and baritone uke, trying to channel Willie Nelson though maybe via John Darnielle a little it turns out. [more inside]
An old Merle Travis song that I learned years ago when I first started getting into bluegrass. Another chance to break in the new resonator guitar, and do some fun chorus harmonies. [more inside]
Twitter joke that turned into an actual country song an hour later. I'm in Huntsville with nothing but my ukulele, so this didn't get the full band treatment I'd otherwise do, but it works pretty well like this.
Revenge and ukulele. [more inside]
I'm taking this night class in 'Audio Recording' at NYU, and we assembled a small group of people to practice making field recordings in Washington Square Park. 'Hot Potato' was sung and played by a duo in town from Tennessee who played accordion and ukulele. [more inside]
A ridiculously happy bluegrass song, which you may recognise from the "O Brother, Where Art Thou" soundtrack. Arranged for ukulele, bass and three vocal parts. [more inside]
This is a cover of John Prine's sad little song about a girl, a bus, and a man who done her wrong. Also babies. [more inside]
My 6th RPM song for Sailor Martin. A close harmony country song about love and deception. [more inside]
Here's a first crack at adding a little gospel organ. [more inside]
Just added a little vocal harmony, is all.
Cortex has given me a taste of MuFi collaboration, and I like it. This is a simply acoustic country gospel ballad about sin and possible redemption. Anyone is welcome to download it and contribute. [more inside]
Part of my Old Songs project. A cowboy song about a lawman and the murderer who plans to kill him. [more inside]
A new song, recorded seconds after having been written. A man comes to town song. [more inside]
A new countrypolitan song about dreaming of a woman and waking to find her gone. [more inside]
A new song about my bad tendency to just pack up and leave without warning. [more inside]
Part of my Old Songs project, where I record song I wrote years or even decades ago. This song tells of the disasterous introduction of the Hawaiian Can Toad to Australia, for some reason. [more inside]